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Clutch is not working. Pedal goes all the way to the floor. Fluid is empty and slave cylinder spring is out. Have a new slave cylinder to put on but will this fix my problem???

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Have noticed a leak in the area of your slave cyl? You you have a new one will fix the problem. just install it add fluid, bleed it, ( add fluid reinstall the cover, have someone help or just take the bleed screw loose let the new fluid drain thru. get in and pump the pedal ck the fluid in the res. add fluid. keep this back and forth till you feel a good pedal. done. Work slow, be careful.

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